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S > SANCO  > 7000


 

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Tuesday 30th March 2021
KnightFire (Canada)

I''ve an ibex 7102, looks just like the Sanco (Memory) 7000. Evidently manufactured by Logic Systems International.


Saturday 2nd January 2021
Fran RaMo (Spain)

Sanco 7202 working https://youtu.be/I1vN7mriztE


Saturday 2nd January 2021
Fran RaMo (Spain)

Hello I have a Sanco-Ibex 7202, with two 8 inch drivers. This computer was used in the 80s for the management of a furniture factory. To boot from floppy A type I (capital i) + intro To boot from floppy B type J + intro Soft-reset: ctrl + SR Hola Mi Sanco es la versión 7202, con doble disquetera de 8 pulgadas. Este equipo se utilizó en los años 80 para llevar la gestión y contabilidad de una fábrica de muebles. La empresa que lo vendía era SEIA (Servicios empresariales e informática aplicada)


Saturday 12th December 2020
Jakob Skopicki (France)
http://www.sanyofrance.com/site$202000/histoire.htm

To boot from floppy type I (as in Ireland) and return. for more info look at : http://www.sanyofrance.com/site$202000/histoire.htm


Friday 10th January 2020
Kristoffer Rosendahl (Sweden)

Hello!
I have a simular system called IBEX 7201. My system has 8 inch drives.

I have a smal problem with my system.
I cant load it from the disk. I only get to the "Monitor".
Is there a special command to load from the disk?
Please help me!





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